Sorry Folks, but I had to delete the audio files I had uploaded. They weren't OTR, or even old, but rather a recent reading by Bill Irwin and put out by Random House. It is therefore most likely NOT in public domain and I CERTAINLY had them mislabeled. A big thank you to the alert reviewer who pointed this out. I hope to figure out how to delete this entry so that it doesn't clutter up this valuable website. ( 1 reviews )
A short-lived variety half-hour sponsored by the Continental Can Company. The program was hosted by John Daly, already a respected radio newsman and later the host of What's My Line? The featured performers were comic Jackie Kelk (famous as Homer Brown on The Aldrich Family), vocalist Margaret Whiting and Ray Bloch's orchestra. Audio Files Sourced: Continental Celebrity Club - Free OTR Shows favoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Continental Celebrity Club, OTR:Old Time Radio, Anne Rutherford, Diana Lynn, Linda Darnell, Pat...
Some additional episodes missing from the other large collection of Duffy's Tavern which can be found Here. Audio Files Sourced: Duffy's Tavern - Free OTR Shows favorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Duffy's Tavern, OTR, Old Time Radio
Final rehearsal for Radio Theatre Group's production of The Postman Always Rings Twice. Based on the classic novel by James M Cain. The show will be presented live at The Ramshorn Theatre on Wednesday 7th November 2007. Gerry Hay stars as Frank Chambers, Louisa Thornton as Cora Papadakis and Jon Dixon as Nick Papadakis. Directed by Bruce Downie. This rehearsal includes music and sound effects Topics: Radio Theatre Group, James M Cain, Old Time Radio
Third rehearsal for Radio Theatre Group's production of Back for Christmas to be staged 4th, 5th and 6th December 2008 Topics: Radio Theatre Group, James Keenan, Deborah Nicholson, India Crawford Legg, Alan dempster, Bruce...
(02 Episodes: #001, #002) "Joe Palooka," comic-strip character, was a short-lived radio situation-comedy; this is more than likely the reason why there are only 2 episodes available online. Yes, I realize there is a #007 which shows up at many web addresses, however at a closer listen, one will discover that the #007 is actually only a really poor sound quality version of #002. For those of you out there old enough to recall, Joe Palooka was a comic-strip character, a small... Topics: Old Time Radio, OTR Sitcom: Joe Palooka, OTR Comedy, Comic Book/Strip
"CBS. An anonymous tip, leads to marijuana that is found in the Camera case of a young boy. But, as it turns out the boy's father is none other than "Nick the Greek" a wealthy Greek tycoon." http://www.reefermadnessmuseum.org/otr/AudioLog.htm favoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: drugs, reefer
Syndicated comedy from Hollywood, starring Dick Lane, Louise Arthur and Walter Tetley. The announcer in this programme, No. 8 of the series, is Doug Young Topics: Anderson Family, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Walter Tetley, Doug Young, old time radio
Radio Programs. A syndicated programme that ran from 1947-48, starring Dick Lane as Oliver Anderson, with Louise Arthur and Walter Tetley. Doug Young is doing the dumb Rockwell character. No. 29 in the series. Topics: Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Walter Tetley, Doug Young, old time radio
(03 Episodes) "The Doctor's Wife" was a 15 minute, Monday thru Friday continuing series, broadcast on NBC during the 1950s. The program sponsor was EX-LAX, "... the original chocolated laxative ... 6 tablets only 10 cents." Donald Curtis played the part of the Doctor, while Patricia Wheel held top billing, as the "Doctor's Wife". OTR * def gp ddh Topics: Old Time Radio, OTR Soap Opera, OTR Continuing Drama, OTRadio NBC
Apparently a very rare radio program, not listed in OTTER, this is a collection of Western (Cowboy) music radio programs from the 1930's. When I originally downloaded these, the audio was terrible, with "roller-coaster" volume changes making the listener seasick. I cleaned them up and they are now fairly decent to listen to (they'll never be Hi-Fi). favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Pinto Pete, OTR, Old Time Radio, Western Music, Cowboy music
A new podcast from Radio Theatre Group The Classic Vampire Story - Carmilla by J Sheridan Le Fanu Narrated by Louisa Thornton Chapter 7 - Descending Chapter 8 of Carmilla â Search - will be available on Tuesday 22nd April An excerpt from Chapter 7 of Le Fanuâs novel â After all these dreams there remained on waking a remembrance of having been in a place very nearly dark, and of having spoken to people whom I could not see; and especially of one clear voice, of a female's, very deep, that... Topics: Carmilla, J Sheridan Le Fanu, Radio Theatre Group, Louisa Thornton, Bruce Downie